St. Peter’s Church (10th century)
Mirabela Fortress (13th century). This four-storey building has a lovely view over the old town, Punta, Priko and Duće and over Brač Channel
In summer there are events such as the Omiš Summer of Culture, Dalmatian Klapa Festival, Pirate Nights, Carnival, Omiš Swimming Marathon, Crazy Diving and many musical, theatrical and food events.
Diocletian’s Palace, built by the Roman Emperor Diocletian between 295 and 305 AD. He spent the last years of his life there. Through the centuries, the city of Split developed around the palace. Today, the palace cellars host “Diocletian Evenings” and festivals, concerts and other events take place within the ancient walls.
St. Duje’s (Domnius) Cathedral, built on the mausoleum of the Emperor Diocletian. At the entrance to the cathedral is an Egyptian sphinx from the second century BC. Another is to be found next to the Church of St. John – Jupiter’s Temple.
Marjan Civic Park – a park stocked with Mediterranean flora, overlooking Split with a view of the sea and Split waterfront
the site of ancient Salonis. The remains of the ancient city, which was the metropolis of the Roman province of Dalmatia, can still be seen today, including the amphitheatre and baths.
Klis Fortress is above the city of Split. It protected the city from Turkish attacks and other invaders.
The Cathedral of St. John, with a famous Romanesque portal carved and signed by the greatest Croatian sculptor, Radovan.
City walls and Kamerlengo Fortress – medieval walls (14th century) and a fortress which used to be a military barracks. Today it is a summer theatre and memorial park.
Sinj Alka – a tournament testing the skills of the men of the Cetina area, traditionally held on the first Sunday in August, commemorating the victory of Sinj over the Turks in 1715.